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. >> we have taxed alcohol for a long-term. it is not out of the ordinary to tax products with negative side effects. california for food and beverage choice says and i quote, "such measures are unnecessary, wasteful distractions from serious policy-making." the idea is to introduce this to the board today and get it on the ballot next year so san francisco voters can vote next year. >> the story is generating a lot of talk on social media. what do you think. should sodas and sugary drinks be taxed? you can gin the conversation. >> in the north bay police are warning neighbors of a large protest today over the fatal police shooting of a teenager. a crowd of demonstrators is expected to rally in the name of children-year-old andy lopez in downtown santa rosa at noon. the funeral will take place today at 5:00 at the resurrection parish church in santa rosa. we have new information about the sonoma, sheriff deputy who shot lopez seven times after the boy flashed a realistic looking assault rifle. 48-year-old erick gelhaus is 24-year veteran of the force and firearms instructor and written
would add a special tax to sugar benches. lillian explains what make this proposal different than another sugar tax ballot measure that failed in richmond last year. >>reporter: the idea is simpl simple. the bigger the drink the more taxes you pay. 2 cents per ounce to be exact for all sugar sweet benches. including soda. sports drink. energy drink and bottled coffe coffee. >> not a nanny state at all. we are not banning anything. >>reporter: san francisco supervisor scott weiner says the nation rising obesity rate inspired him to come up with proposal that need the approval of two-thirds of san francisco voters. >> we taxed alcohol for long time so it's not at all out of the ordinary to tax products that have some negative side effects. >>reporter: 2 cents an ounce adds up quickly. a largest 32 ounces. which means this one drink will cost an extra 64 cents. as to where all the money will go, the estimated 31 million dollars a year will good to nutrition. health. physical fitness programs. stark contrast to the failed soda tax proposal in richmond where the money instead
cost about a quarter more in san francisco. you may vote on nawr would add a special tax to sugar benches. lillian explains what make this proposal different than another sugar tax ballot measure that failed in richmond last year. >>reporter: the idea is simpl simple. the bigger the drink the more taxes you pay. 2 cents per ounce to be exact for all sugar sweet benches. including soda. sports drink. energy drink and bottled coffe coffee. >> not a nanny state at all. we are not banning anything. >>reporter: san francisco supervisor scott weiner saysthee inspired him to come up with proposal that need the approval of two-thirds of san francisco voters. >> we taxed alcohol for long time so it's not at all out of the ordinary to tax products that have some negative side effects. >>reporter: 2 cents an ounce adds up quickly. a largest 32 ounces. which means this one drink will cost an extra 64 cents. as to where all the money will go, the estimated 31 million dollars a year will good to nutrition. health. physical fitness. . stark contrast to the failed soda tax proposal in
year's crisis in washington? what they did was, they raised taxes, and they cut spending through the sequester. and that's had a fairly predictable result. it's been good for the deficit. take a look at this chart, and you'll see the deficit as a percent of gdp has gone down dramatically since 2009 when it was 9.2%. 2013, just 4.1%. 79% of the decrease the government says it due to tax receipts. record tax receipts in 2013, up $325 billion from 2012. that's up 13%. so the tax man is getting his cut of this improving economy and also as a result of those tax increases. that has led to this lowering of the u.s. deficit. that's something the obama administration says is a good thing. they feel like, you know, it's not getting enough attention here in all of this hullabaloo here in washington. >> a quick follow-up question if i might that kayla tausche raised. and that is all of the money that the federal government has collected in settlements, fines and so forth with, for example, financial services company -- companies in the hundreds of billions of dollars over the past four or f
point for income is $62,040, so if that's your income you qualify for the tax credits and subsidies. you earn one more dollar than that you don't get any of them in our case, the peopleup, if our income was under that $62,041 level, our premium is 386, because we're over it, our -- >> no wiggle room. ian, no wiggle room? >> well, you know, you can always go to your boss and say -- >> go ahead. >> well, it's about 65,000 in pennsylvania. same sort of situation. not a lot of people are going to be able to get it. >> hang in there. this is not the exception. it's more common than you think. guys, we appreciate your coming on. >> neil, could i say one more thing? >> real quickly, george, yes, i'm sorry. >> there's no acid test for this. people with millions of dollars can qualify for all the tax credits and subsidies under the plan. meanwhile, working people who earn more than 64,000 are make more for their health care and that's really, really unfair. >> to put it mildly. thank you, george. >> meanwhile, back to these tricks and so-called treats. i have always thought a liberal came up with
in his palo alto neighborhood. >> not a one but two soda taxes are being floated in san francisco. two supervisors are proposing separate measures. one calls for a a a two sent tax per ounce. authority also calls for a two cent tax per ounce. they say they'll work together to put together one proposal. >> people who live near a hot sauce factory in l.a. county say the overwhelming smell of chili peppers is making their eyes and throats burn. it's so bad, they want the plant sit down. the city has filed a public nuisance law enforcement. >> we've been over to the site, and on the interior, it's fine, the exterior is horrible. >> the chief executive says in the property closes, the price will jump, because they've already had a hard time meeting demand. a judge is set to make a ruling on thursday. >>> well, the mavericks surf window opens on friday out near half moon bay. >> the question is, will the waves look anything like that monster right there? take a look at this. a brazilian surfer may have actually set a new world record yesterday riding this towering hundred-foot wave out in po
, coming up. >>> imagine paying your taxes by the mile. the government charging you based on how far you drive. the new proposal. we'll tell you about it. who? not so much. my customers can shop around. but it doesn't usually work that way with health care. with unitedhealthcare, i get information on quality rated doctors, treatment options and cost estimates, so we can make better health decisions. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. #%tiaintroducing cardioviva: the first probiotic to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels without a prescription. cardioviva. >>> time now for a political gut check of the morning. the white house is reviewing all u.s. surveillance programs after reports national security agency was spying on some 35 world leaders and the top senator on the senate intelligence committee says he is totally opposed to that surveillance and that data collection will not continue. cnn's chief national correspondent john king is here to talk more about all of this. it's pretty interesting where things have gotten with this spying controversy, john. the white house is
their taxes and half of them have a top secret clearance, the american people ought to be asking what in the world is going on. >> he says tax debt makes these people vulnerable to being offered money or blackmailed into divulging government secrets. >>> exciting news for many airline passengers who will soon be able to use electronic devices during an entire flight, this comes after the faa made a major change in policy. kyla campbell explains the new rules and the reason behind the change. >> reporter: based on these new faa rules soon when you fly out of sfo and have your cell phone or tablet you will be able to keep them on for the majority of your flight. the faa said a group study showed most portable electronic devices did not interfere with aircraft navigation systems. the faa now approves passenger using tablets and those for the majority of flights. >> i like to listen to music when i am taking off it kind of eases the whole take off process so it will be nice. >> before now it allowed electronic devices usually only above 10,000 feet. there are still some exceptions, you ca
to stay in network. great plans. by the way, what about when you're going to get taxed for the golden plan? you're paying $20,000 a year-plus. but now we're going to tax you because you're paying too much. >> what's interesting, senator, is the fact that i think over the last couple of weeks, going on to a month, mainstream media is kind of waking up to this. i think the story that only six people signed up on the first day came from cbs news. a lot of people are going we really believed this guy, but maybe we shouldn't have. >> can you imagine? at the end of the day 47 people, and they're saying hundreds of thousands of people -- >> it's the volume. that's what broke it. the volume. >> right. you know what it is? it's just this idea i'm going to do it my way. it's the old story of power. absolute power corrupts. so when the democrats controlled both houses overwhelmingly, they didn't look for compromise. they didn't look to involve others. they jammed it through. now they're paying the price. they're not. the american people are going to suffer. >> i read a lefty blogger somewhere on the
bubba paris could spend the next year in federal prison for not paying his tax. paris played nine years for the niners and won three super bowl rings in the process. since 1985, he has been the ceo of his own business, paris enterprises, yes does motivational speaking and sell photographs but according to the u.s. attorney, he failed to pay tax on $182,000 of income from 2006 through 2008. paris, whose real name is william h. paris jr. pleaded guilty to three misdemeanor counts and will be sentenced in federal court in february. >>> well, small group of protesters held what they call a trick or treat protest in oakland today. they claim congress is tricking low-income families by cutting their food stamp benefits. abc7 news reporter carolyn tyler has the story. >> reporter: some dressed in costumes for halloween, but say the real trick comes tomorrow for more than 47 million americans. a temporary hike in food stamp benefits put in place in 2009 during the recession goes away. in california, more than 4 million people will be affected. 67% will be house hordes with children. a maximum m
, the latest from the belt way just said. >> looking to with to bring in tax revenue but judge andrew napolitano says it is an invasion of privacy and it could change life as we know it. lori: looking at the business of helsinki and the still showing no sign of slowing down and you won't believe how much we expending on costumes for our heads. actually i would. adam: you would? when a and guilty as charged. adam: the dow is positive. >> at the halloween. the dow is down 9 points. we have the nasdaq and the person the in the green on this final day of a great month of october. the broader market 4% this month. we will take it. you with a nearly year there is concern that the fed won't be as inclined to keep the stimulus coming as long as we are hoping. release solid midwest manufacturing number is bolstering that belief, the dollar up, commodities down and that is where we are trading today, stock has been all over the mack in after-hours after the earnings report, stock as much as 18% and when it opened this morning was down 5%. now you can see a green arrow, there is concern in despi
or the accountant who does your taxes or the mechanic who fixes your car? the president encouraged lawmakers to pass the legislation. >>> and tim cook the ceo of apple is also urging passing this. he writes in the wall street journal that "when people feel valued for who they are, they have the comfort and confidence to do the best work of their life." >>> 7:16. new in egypt this morning, former egyptian prod, mohamed morsi appeared in fourth for theist -- president, mohamed morsi appeared in court for the first time since he was removed from power. he says he's the legitimate leader and the court has no jurisdiction to put him on trial. the trial was adjourned until january. he's in a secret location while awaiting his trial. he could get the death penalty if convicted. >>> a man from mish twin claims he -- michigan claims he tipped off the fbi where to find osama bin laden. now he wants to be paid the $25 million reward. tom lee, he's an international jewelry marketer, says he told the fbi bin laden was hiding in pakistan in 2003. the fbi says bin laden's location was found using electronic intell
earnings in the extended hours tonight. the third quarter of 2013 after tax operating income attributable to aig of 1.4 billion after tax operating income per share, 96 cents a share. stock down. ceo bob ben mosche will be with me. what does dan niles know about facebook the rest of wall street doesn't? >>> plus, haunted towns? big winner of our day, long quest to find the best home in the spookiest town. queen of real estate will be with me. you're watching the "closing bell," on cnbc, first in business worldwide. (announcer) at scottrade, our clients trade and invest exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move my money when i need to. plus, when i call my local scottrade office, i can talk to someone who knows how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. i'm with scottrade. (announcer) scottrade-proud to be ranked "best overall client experience." >>> welcome back. a month for stocks. the dow and s&p 500 both hitting all time highs in the month of october. nasdaq pushing
, depreciating rupee and rise in inflation. add to that a high import tax on gold makes it even more expensive for indians to buy gold in rupee terms. traders say that's concerning given that india is the biggest buyer of gold, making up 20% of world's consumption. typically gold shares rise 2% around the volley. but this year we aren't seeing that big move in gold. according to the local merchants i spoke to in new delhi and mumbai, they're considering alternatives like silver. silver won't be able to fully replace gold's important role in weddings, religious events and festivals. experpts say regardless of the current state of the economy india will always have an insatiable appetite for the shiny yellow metal. demand just might be lackluster this holiday season, maria. >> thank you so much, seema. stay right there. we want to bring in a pair of gold experts for their take. >> dennis gartman. he's been long gold. paul sachs has been bearish. dennis, you'r long call on gold is that based on supply/demand. outlook on inflation? all of the above? what makes you like gold at these levels? >> fir
introduced a new soda tax. that's a 24-cent tax on a typical can of soda or $35 million a year for san francisco. the money would be used for health programs for children. it would need a majority work from supervisors to get on the ballot. >>> the san francisco based company added a kittens option to its app. for $20 people can order up a kitten for 15 minutes. the kitten service was available from 7:00 this morning until 4:00 this afternoon. the kittens could also be permanently adopted. the money will be donated to local shelters. >>> and we'll have the latest on what community members say need to happen for this community to heal. >>> plus concerns about covered california. we talk to residents who say the new health care plan is nothing like what was promised. >>> the outrage over the death of a sonoma county teen is growing tonight as hundreds rally for justice. we're asking local leaders what they're doing to gain back the community's trust. 13-year-old sandy lopez was killed by sheriff deputy one week ago today. and tonight his friends and family are gathering for his funeral.
and consumed in private residence but public consumption remains illegal. your tax dollars going to foreign flights. washington is meeting to discuss this very idea. jolene kemp from the fox business network is here to explain this. what does this mean for us? >> they are bidding for hundreds of millions of dollars in u.s. loan money to require boeing. the import bank meets today whether discuss whether the airlines can receive a loan to purchase 6 boeing jets. they have a record of safety problems reliability issues and did not turn a profit in august 2009 report said the united nations asked the staff to avoid the airline entirely. it has given 84 percent to boeing. the apple iphone was supposed to have longer battery life but the battery is training quickly. the company did not say exactly how many were defective but in apple sold 9 million iphones the most ever in a single launch. it has faced battery issues before with the lap top. it duds not effect the safety of the iphone batteries. >>> lovers of mcdonalds coffee will be able to brew their morning joe at home. it will test sell pack
it shows the 2008 cigarette tax increase is reducing the number of smokers especially among young people. the group is also poposing another tax hike to further decrease the numbers. >>> a huge turnout at george washington carver. you can see the pockets of parents in different colors representing different communities. baltimore city wants to add seats to cromwell valley elementary school, renovate loch raven elementary and halsted elementary school. that could mean a shift on where you send your students to school in the future. >> if a community is brought in to endorse a plan that is already complete, are or we asked to participate in a good process to get to a plan? >> one parent said depending on where you live you could be going to loch raven, towson or parkville high school. >>> brian stewart tells abc2 news he was rejected from cappa alpha psy because he's gay. he filed a complaint with the university a few weeks later. stewart says his actions are a pivotal point in the lgbt rights and says this is only the beginning. >> it's what you believe to be right. i will stand and figh
, those who don't enroll will face a tax penalty of $95. >>> halloween celebrations are under way, including at the national aquarium in baltimore. and what better way to celebrate than carving pumpkins, under water, with 20 black tip reeve shark circling. the daring dave's name is emily anderson. and she is carving a shark design into that pumpkin. of course, the sharks insisted upon it. oh, my goodness. i think she just petted that shark as well. >>> baltimore county, certainly a spooky sight. this house is decked out for halloween. including plenty of ghouls, goblins. and i think we saw it there before. a huge spider. >>> taking a live look outside. we have nice and mild conditions outside. you do not have to wear your coat over your costume, which is always fantastic. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. and bob turk is updating our temperatures. we'll start with bob. >> you bet. it is a warm afternoon. and a warm night on top if you're heading out with the kids really not bad at all. so far, we're staying dry. take a look at radar. there's been a little activity,
, pay taxes, do whatever is legal if you can afford it. the last thing we need are more laws. enough trying to control everyone. that comes from a nonsmoker. >> there's so much medical proof that we know for sure, if we can help prolong -- >> they start younger. >> i think that voting, you can't compare voting and buying a pack of smokes. i'm so sorry. >> i don't know. >> you're very passive today. i want to be your new nancy. >> a young woman blogging about -- i'm trying to get -- >> you are. go for it. go for it. >> this is my favorite topic. we'll get on this one. a young woman blogging about her adventurous serial dating, with one goal in mind. to fulfill my restaurant hit list. and there's a, quote, dating site, for food lovers where women are taken out to their favorite restaurants. i say, if the guys are dumb enough, more power to the women. these are people who are laying out what their goals are. this woman is publicly saying, this is why i'm doing it. if this guy wants to take her out -- >> i don't agree, my friend. >> lara, go. >> there's another name for that. i don't thi
with little black boxes that are supposed to keep track of your miles, help you calculate fuel tax. but concerns, judge, are what in your mind? >> the government records each one of us. it records how long you're idle it records your miles per gallon. it records whether or not you stop at a stop light. do you really want to get a ticket three years later that says, oh, ms. krarlson, you failed to stop at a stop sign four years ago. >> i got a ticket for going too fast through a toll booth. i didn't even know they could catch me doing that. others are concerned with the fact that you will now be paying for the amount of time you're driving. is that fair? >> it is not fair, because the government is going to try and sell this to us with the idea that the money that you pay will be used to keep up the roads. that is not true. just like the tax we pay now, the money from the black boxes will go directly to government coffers. the roads will have the same potholes in them they have now. >> thanks. thanks very much. >> and our privacy will be invaded in the process. >> judge, always good
when you file your taxes for next year, you don't need to fill out a waiver. a guidance just released just last night saying that you do not need to claim an extension. health and human services department saying the administration, quote, has determined that it would be unfair to require individuals in this situation to make penalty payments that would have been $95 per person to start in 2014. again, the new deadline is march 31. we'll give you an update in the next half-hour about the fbis for the website healthcare.gov and of course we'll be hearing more about the report that says that millions of americans may be getting their health care plans canceled because they don't allegedly meet the new requirements. live at the health and human services department, ko im, wusa9. >> thank you. >>> three d.c. men have been charged in the murder of a hotel employee in oxon hill, maryland. jesse chavez was shot and killed last week at a clarion hotel in oxon hill when he came to the aid of a coworker at the hotel's front desk. prince george's county police say deandre weems was the gunman. k
employers work together to fill a worker shortage....tax credits for businesses that work with community college to create faster paths to careers. "we have employers who say they have to turn down work because they can't get workers to meet the orders that are coming in." some say the skills gap could be solved if employers paid more. "it isn't that requisite skills aren't there; they aren't paying enough to attract people away from other occupational choices." but jim soderquist, who oversees a metal fabricating business, says raising pay would mean being less competative globally. "the higher the wages, the more likely we are to go to automation, computer software and such." so far about half of the bills that have been introduced in the senate have bi-partisan co- sponsors. also on the hill today.. 41 house and senate members in charge of writing a farm bill will meet about the much delayed legislation. farms, capitol hill, people the farm bill covers crop insurance, subsidies, conservation and food aid programs. currently there is a $35 billion dollar gap standing between democrat
melt. >> our habitat changed. in fact, many water districts say their systems aren't as taxed because more people are conserving, which is good. bottom line is. >> we have enough water to use, but we don't have enough to waste. >> the rainy season in the bay area is november first through march so it will be spring before we know whether or not there is any mandatory conservation in our future. in antioch, ann notarangelo kpix 5. >> this is the first october in 33 years that weather stations in downtown san francisco, livermore, and san jose are all showing zero rainfall. >> no rain in our future, but plenty of cool temperatures. >> reporter: it feels like fall maybe not forker reason on the list. we have snow in the sierra. we have cold weather. no rainfall but it will be the chilliest night since easter tonight. cloud cover during the day. as we look live outside, the clouds are gone and the blanket is gone, so all the heat we gained will be lost back in the atmosphere. what a spectacular sunset. 56 in san francisco. oakland, you are the warm spot at 61. concord upper 50s. livermore
the year 2025. >> congress votes to raise the hotel tax on wi-fi to $40 per night. >> blackberry discontinues keyboard phone models while touch screen phones have switched to complex 3d imagery technology leaving me no way to communicate with anybody. >> nbc's "today" show again wins the morning's rating award carried by charismatic new cohost steve liesman. >> this has been "squawk horror stories" from the year 2025. the most free research reports, customizable charts, powerful screening tools, and guaranteed 1-second trades. and at the center of it all is a surprisingly low price -- just $7.95. in fact, fidelity gives you lower trade commissions than schwab, td ameritrade, and etrade. i'm monica santiago of fidelity investments, and low fees and commissions are another reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. >>> some of the country's top cfos have weighed in on health care costs, and we have the exclusive results from our cnbc global cfo council survey. 55% said that more than 10% of their expected health care cost incre
including a growing economy and higher taxes on wealthy americans. >>> millions of people who use food stamps will see a cut in benefits tomorrow, the agriculture department says the payment for a family of 4 will shrink by 36 dollars a month, that is because a temporary boost from the stimulus bill is expiring. more than 47 million americans receive food stamps. >> time is 5:17, the fda says almost 7% of imported spices were contaminated with salmonella, the fda says more than 80 different types of salmonella were found during a three year period. it also says imported spices were twice as likely as other inspected foods to be contaminated. >> 5:17 is the time, we have sal back this morning. >> welcome back. >> thank you, dave, pam, you know it is good to be back here on my very long thursday and friday week of work but we will get through somehow. the traffic is moving along pretty well if you are driving on interstate 880 north and southbound. it is a nice looking drive up to downtown oakland and you can see that the weather is clear as well. 580 looks good. driving this morning out
quarter profit did total 8%, still total -- visa will be in red, the company sets aside money for taxes, they see activity slowing in october. others pointing out they've got regulatory pressure, they have square on their tail. what do you have make of visa? >> i know this is going to sound like a broken record. another company you want to buy on what i felt was somewhat targeted weakness. they had been giving you insight that things won't be that strong. why would i think to buy it? the buyback is for real. the company is a juggernaut, it's incredibly well run. you're getting it at a discount. so many companies ran into the quarter expecting things were going to be so much better than expected. you can't maintain what the analysts want. >> can you say that for the overall market then? >> yes. >> it seems to be a story that is shared. >> yes, can you say that for the overall market. >> 5% plus for october. visa is up 6, 7 in october al e alone. >> they didn't come up with a new thing for hep-c. >> they didn't do chicken wings. >> the stories that are doing well are stories where gross
of the lie. their insurance is getting canceled, they're losing their doctors, premiums are going up, taxes are going up, deductibles are going up, they are losing work, losing wages, losing hours. that can be directly linked to him and it has already begun, that line he told us to acute and direct paint the america people i think you will see the poll numbers fall even further. dagen: frankly in the speech yesterday he seemed to say you lost your insurance, get over it, by better insurance. the political calculus seems to be this applies to 5% of the population or less. it is negligible. we don't care, get over it. other people will not feel like they were lied to. >> i don't think he cares much, you guys. he's not running for reelection again. connell: you've got to care about health care. that's his thing. >> but he does to the big picture. nationalizing won six of the economy from a socialist point of view, that is what it is all about. he was never that interested in the minutia. connell: this interview has been way too easy for monica. i want to ask one question to make a somewhat unc
it by the business of life. all those bills, budgets, accounts and taxes. it's a complex problem, but you don't have to solve it by yourself. at intuit, we make tools to help you simplify it all, so you can focus on what matters most. intuit. simplify the businesof life. why did you walk in on me? you have a mustache. what's the matter with you? you don't even knock? you have a mustache. you just barge in on me? i forgot deodorant. you have a mustache. it's not a mustache. it's a little peach fuzz. well, how long-- how long have you-- what? how long have i what, ray? been sporting that. for as long as you've known me, and for as long as you've known me, i've bleached it, and it's not a mustache! let me look at it. would you stop?! don't examine me! you should be apologizing to me! i'm sorry, nature can be cruel. you just don't walk in on somebody. you weren't even supposed to be here anymore. you walk in on me all the time. 'cause you don't close the door. that's 'cause i have nothing to hide. trust me, you do. the bathroom was the last place i had any privacy, and now thati could build you a tree h
. >> reporter: the cargo going through the port, brings in $300 million in taxes, $3 billion in wages and nearly 15,000 jobs. an asset worth protecting. mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. >> this is the sixth straight year the port has received the highest rating. >>> the brother of actress mia farrow will spend the next 10 years in prison, on charges he sexually abused two children inside his anne arundel county home. john villers pharaoh of edgewood was indicted after two men accused him of sexually abusing them several year ago. the men were 9 and 8 years old at the time. he enteredda know -- entered an offered plea, and was sentenced to years. but some were suspended. >>> will get a much-needed facelift. the plan revamps the city docks, but it does come with some opposition. >> reporter: it's a maryland gem for locals locals and tourists that will soon see some big changes. >> what the man does is it provides a 20-year road map for the future. >> they planned among other things, widened the promenade. and gives the option of building a flood wall. something mayor josh cohen says preserves the
't expect any huge grand bargain. don't expect an agreement in the next several weeks on dramatic tax reform. you have paul ryan, patty morrie saying the same things, they want to talk, they're open to compromise. when you start asking about the details, are democrats ready to make big changes in social security and medicare? are republicans ready to make tax changes that include new revenues? you still get resistance. right now, the atmosphere is good. there are a lot of problems when it comes to the specifics. it's not time to put up a clock yet but we should have the control room staff having a deadline clock ready. we may dance through this again. >> and again, again, the issue continues to be new revenue taxes, however you want to label it we'll be talking about that much more. thank you so much, john. great to see you. >> the issues are not new. it's just a question of whether you can get a break. >> and if the political will is there to actually do something. we will see as i hate to say but have to say. thank you, john. >>> what's going on, michaela? >> i want to see him jump for joy
that's one group. a big chung, 52% will qualify for tax credits on a sliding scale based on household income. but there's this 10% of americans who don't have insurance right now who earn more than 4 times the poverty level so that's about household income for a family of four we're talking about $94,000. so those 10%, the bill for healthcare is going to be steep and could be, you know, 30, 40% more expensive than the government's initial estimate. of the average. >> wow. so why are some that may have private policies going to have to pay more then? >> reporter: you know, like we heard in that package right before this piece under the new law insurance companies must provide a base level of healthcare. well, that means that a lot of the current high deductible plans that offer catastrophic coverage only, they have to be replaced with more comprehensive and by extension more expensive plans. some companies just are not going to be able to provide those plans so approximately 2 million americans have been notified that they will lose their existing coverage. >> jill, is there anything
$509 a month to a $70 plan, plus additional tax credits because you qualified for both -- it brought your grand total down to a measly $1.11 some. >> yes, it did. >> for health care? >> yes, it did. how is that going to change your life? >> that was in comparison to a $509 plan that you were paying for. >> um, it just really will fit in the budget and me being a type 2 diabetic, i need certain things covered and this plan will cover these things, and at a savings, a great savings. >> and what do you say to those people out there that might be reluctant to visit health care.gov because there have been glitches, there have been problems and as you say, it was a time investment, but it it paid off for you, but what would you say to those people that could be reluctant? >> i would tell them to -- when you go on the marketplace, first of all, i would dial the 1-800 number that's provided and talk to the rep. tell them what you would like to happen for your health care and just be very patient and things will happen for you. ? all right. so again, you're paying $1.11 for the premium for th
with a disability. no. low taxes for the very rich are just too important. joining us now, i'm delighted to say, is democratic congresswoman caroline maloney of new york. good afternoon, ma'am. >> good afternoon, martin. >> this cut works out, i think, to about 8 cents per meal. that may not sound a lot to many people, but i know in addition to an event today with new york coalition against hunger, you recently visited a children's food pantry in new york and saw firsthand what this is like. >> well, what it translates into, this $5 billion that this cut is going to be is the scariest halloween ever for hungry americans. it translates into roughly $1.50 that they get per meal per day. and this cut will -- >> $1.50. now, i can't buy -- >> they're going to cut thought. >> -- coffee for $1.50 in this building in rockefeller center. they want to cut it from $1.50 to $1.40. >> try living on $1.40 per meal in america. people are hungry. they are hungry in america. roughly 50 million people are not getting three meals a day, and they're cutting not only the $5 billion that goes into effect tomorrow, b
to add a tax of 24 cents to each can of soda sold in the city. the proceed would go toward health, nutrition, and other programs for city kids. already in san francisco fast food restaurants are prohibited from handing out free toys in kids' meals that are high in fat, salt and sugar. >>> a healthy form of nutrition. it is national oatmeal day. we are having breakfast courtesy of people at driscoll berry. diana, what have we got here? >> a little bit of everything. these are scones with mixed berries. this is an oat scone. sneaky way of getting oats in. >> i'm not a gigantic fan of oatmeal. so scones i will eat it. >> this is the way to get it in your body without eating warm, soggy oats. is a banana bread with mixed berries inside but mainly blueberries. also oats and then look at the wonderful things you can do with oats. there's an oat drink, called sneaky pete's all-natural oat beverage. there's raspberry, apple, orange. an the wonderful people at driscoll's brought us these beautiful berries because what goes better with oats than berries. >> the oats soaking up and reducing
the tax code, get back to doing things that the american people want us to do and then i think it takes a republican party willing to do this and the president has to lead on this because much of the onus is on the administration to do that. >> republicans have been infl t inflicting and reflecting ourselves into fits. the white house, i'm not sure they even recognize how in peril the rest of barack obama's presidency is at this point. the most devastating thing isn't that you lose credibility in your, among your press corps which seems to be happening with obama's pledge that turns out not to be true if you like your plan you can keep it. the most devastating thing to obama's white house isn't that the republicans are united against them. democrats were united against george w. bush for the entirety of his presidency. the most devastating thing for the obama white house is that they are losing credibility among democrats and they are doing that because they are incompetent. not because they are wrong. there are a lot of democrats willing to go along with that. willing to get behind hi
from accessing remote identity proofing, the social security administration section and tax credit page, basically necessary to complete the sign up process. there was a release issued encouraging people to browse. she writes connecticut consumers can continue to create accounts as well as shopl anonomously for price comparisons. access health e.t. will provide a follow-up notification. verizon said they were doing maintenance on the system. lawmakers said it was days ago the same provider suffered a network failure. >> the website again was down for the day, as it was yesterday, as it was over the weekend. they say it's going to be fixed by the end of november. this is not ready for prime time. >> the state will notify customers when it's up and running. elisabeth, brian, steve, back to you guys. >> kathleen sebelius, who heads up the health and human services department is going to be on capitol hill today 9:00 in the morning. the website rollout was terrible, and now hundreds of thousands and even millions of people are having their insurance policies canceled. what's she going to do
the federal tax dollars are pouring in. a cbs news analysis shows the 15 states opted to set up exchanges are spending more than $1.1 billion to launch and implement the websites. california has dedicated $359 million while new york is spending $161 million. in kentucky it is $100 million and in oregon the price tag is $50 million. the president has pointed to oregon which has enrolled 56,000 people in medicaid to argue things are working. >> that is 56,000 more americans who now have health care. that doesn't depend on a website. >> reporter: it is a good thing because oregon's website doesn't work. the new medicaid enrollments came through the mail. the state website has yet to enroll a single person. clay johnson is a former member of president obama's technology team. >> what we have done is created systems that enable this level of waste. >> reporter: he links federal rules that favor large government contractors who win out over and over like cgi which won bids in five different states to help develop websites the same company under fire as its role a
grants? well over $2 billion. this is how much of your tax money has gone to helping the states get ready for obama care. >> the white house has pointed out that some of those state exchanges, they are working quite well, suggesting the money was well spent. >> they have said that, and that may be a fair claim. other places are not helping much with their arguments. for example, if you look at colorado, colorado has received almost 179 million to help deal with 716 uninsured residents here. so far just over 3,000 have enrolled. this is early in the process. much of this will change as it moves forward, but again, they make it look very costly. >> tom foreman, thank you. >>> still ahead, is the vatican vulnerable to u.s. spying? we're looking into a bombshell report in italy a key american ally tells me, though, anything is possible. >>> plus an update on the breaking news. the story we're following, a school bus that went off a bridge in kansas. across america people are taking charge of their type 2 diabetes with non-insulin victoza®. for a while, i took a pill to lower my blood sugar,
with how smoothly it's going. one thing is for sure. the federal tax dollars are pouring in. the 15 states that opted to set up their own exchanges have set up $1.1 billion to launch and implement their own obama care websites, often paying the contractor to do the same job in different states. california has dedicated $359 million while new york is spending $161 million. in kentucky it's $100 million. and in oregon the price tag is $50 million. the president has pointed to oregon where 56,000 people have signed up for medicaid. >> that's 56,000 more americans that have health care and they didn't count on the website. >> reporter: and that's a good thing. their applications came through the machlt clay johnson is a former member of the obama technology team. >> what we've done is created systems that enable this level of waste. >> reporter: he blames federal rults who went out over and over like cgi which won bids in five didn't states to help develop their websites. that's the same company now under fire for its role as lead contractor for the federal website.
disagree with how smoothly it's going. one thing is for sure. the federal tax dollars are pouring in. the 15 states that opted to set up their own exchanges have set up $1.1 billion to launch and implement their own obama care websites, often paying the contractor to do the same job in different states. california has dedicated $359 million while new york is spending $161 million. in kentucky, it's $100 million. and in oregon the price tag is $50 million. the president has pointed to oregon where 56,000 people have signed up for medicaid. >> that's 56,000 more americans that have health care, and they didn't count on the website. >> reporter: and that's a good thing. their applications came through the machlt clay johnson is a former member of the obama technology team. >> what we've done is created systems that enable this level of waste. >> reporter: he blames federal rults who went out over and over like cgi which won bids in five didn't states to help develop their websites. that's the same company now under fire for its role as lead contractor for the federal website. >> cgi fed
emotionally taxing but it was such a privilege to be able to bring that woman's story back to life and take that part of history personally. it was the best teaching tool for me and it will be that for everyone that gets to see it. >> as you go forward, there's people describing you as break out star. winning awards. you have the golden globes and oscars coming up. do you think about that? >> i can't. there's so much else to think about right now. i'm taking it one day at a time. every day brings new things. like standing here talking to you. >> it will get better than this. your agents phone must be ringing constantly. what's next? >> i don't know. i did a film "nonstop" that comes out in february and other than that, i don't know. i'm looking. definitely we have a few things that we're looking at and we'll see what's next. >> getting a lot of buzz. it's a pleasure to meet you. congratulations and the movie again is "12 years a slave" it's in theaters now. let's get a check of the weather. >> let's look at what you have as far as your halloween weather is concerned. we're looking at a risk
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